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  • How to Whistle Like a Pro and Blow Away Your Friends

    How to Whistle Like a Pro and Blow Away Your Friends

    Winner of numerous international championships, Lomax has mastered his craft in ways we mere mortals can’t. Unlike those who can barely hold a tune while whistling, Lomax hits every note precisely, even going so far as to practice with a frequency tuner to ensure accurate pitch. His range spans three octaves.

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  • Cirque and Vidanta will Premiere New Show in Nuevo Vallarta

    Cirque and Vidanta will Premiere New Show in Nuevo Vallarta

    As part of an ongoing collaboration for the development of multiple entertainment components, Grupo Vidanta and Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group will create a first of its kind water-themed resident dinner show housed in a new, custom-designed theater, located in Vidanta's entertainment parks currently under construction in Vallarta.

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  • A Behind-the-Scenes Look at WDW 2020 Show!

    A Behind-the-Scenes Look at WDW 2020 Show!

    Today, Cirque du Soleil met with the media to share a first look inside the new, yet-to-be-named Cirque du Soleil show that is set to debut at Disney Springs at the Walt Disney World Resort on March 20, 2020.

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  • Cirque du Soleil NYSA – Berlin October 2020!

    Cirque du Soleil NYSA – Berlin October 2020!

    Long for a world you’ve never imagined Cirque du Soleil NYSA is an exhilarating blend of inspired storytelling, spectacular artistry and breakthrough acrobatics; a show to take you beyond what you can imagine. Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group is thrilled to announce Cirque du Soleil NYSA, its first permanent show in Europe, written and directed […]

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  • Hommage 6: “Hommage aux divas québécoises!”

    Hommage 6: “Hommage aux divas québécoises!”

    Cirque will celebrate Quebec Divas from July 15, 2020 exclusively at the Amphithéâtre Cogeco in trois-Rivières! This show will highlight a more immersive scenography and singers who will perform on stage the known tunes of our queens of the Quebec song.

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  • LV Sun: Aggressive Innovation Marks Action-Packed ‘R.U.N’

    LV Sun: Aggressive Innovation Marks Action-Packed ‘R.U.N’

    There are only two questions that really matter when it comes to Cirque du Soleil’s new resident show “R.U.N” at Luxor, hyped as a first-of-its-kind live-action thriller. Does it deliver on the heavily promoted promise to bring something new and cool to the Las Vegas Strip? More importantly, is it entertaining?

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  • LV-RJ: ‘R.U.N’ needs to expand its appeal

    LV-RJ: ‘R.U.N’ needs to expand its appeal

    Cirque du Soleil has gone off the rails, on purpose. “R.U.N” has opened at Luxor. The show opened Thursday night at a breakneck pace, all up in your face, all over the place. If these performers were not onstage, you’d call the cops. All of this is by design.

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  • LV-RJ: ‘R.U.N’ balances its message

    LV-RJ: ‘R.U.N’ balances its message

    “R.U.N” is a lesson in balance, on and off the stage. The creators of the new Cirque du Soleil show have made a concerted effort to distance the production from previous Cirque projects, while still capitalizing on the company’s familiar artistic brand.

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  • Guy Laliberté Investigated Over Cannabis Claims

    Guy Laliberté Investigated Over Cannabis Claims

    Canadian entrepreneur Guy Laliberté appeared before a judge in French Polynesia on Wednesday over claims of cannabis cultivation. A statement said he was being investigated for alleged complicity in cultivation, possession and use of cannabis. Laliberté has not been charged with drug trafficking and he left the courtroom in Tahiti without any conditions.

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  • “‘Twas The Night…” Re-imagines Iconic Holiday Poem

    “‘Twas The Night…” Re-imagines Iconic Holiday Poem

    Santa and Cirque du Soleil: It’s not a terribly obvious association. An AARP-eligible gent with a body like a bowl of jelly is not, after all, what comes to mind when one thinks of the extraordinary acrobats, tumblers and aerialists that define the eye-popping aesthetic of Cirque’s many shows. But that’s about to change — or so hopes James Hadley, the writer and stage director of “‘Twas the Night…”

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  • JOYÀ Celebrates its Fifth Anniversary with a Re-imagined Menu

    JOYÀ Celebrates its Fifth Anniversary with a Re-imagined Menu

    Cirque du Soleil JOYÀ – the only Cirque du Soleil show in the world that includes a culinary experience – celebrates its fifth anniversary with the unveiling of a brand new haute-cuisine menu, masterfully-crafted by Grupo Vidanta’s Executive Chef Alexis Bostelmann.

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  • Issue #190: NOV 2019

    Issue #190: NOV 2019

    This Month: R.U.N in Previews, Berlin 2020 Resident Show Announced!, 2 New Cirque at Sea Shows, Cast & Crew Announced for "'Twas The Night...", and more!

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  • Q&A: Anja Wyttenbach from “O”

    Q&A: Anja Wyttenbach from “O”

    Anja Wyttenbach has been a part of "O" since day one. Born in Basel, Switzerland, the acrobatic and versatile performer, a veteran of touring circus productions, was developing some innovative aerial acts in Montreal when the creators of “O” came calling. “It was right place, right time."

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  • Why is Robert Rodriguez writing Cirque du Soleil?

    Why is Robert Rodriguez writing Cirque du Soleil?

    The call from Cirque du Soleil came out of the blue. Rodriguez would be among the first to admit he isn’t someone most people would associate with the Montreal-based company. But when Cirque was developing the concept for “R.U.N,” its latest live-action show in Las Vegas, his name was, in fact, the one that kept popping up.

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  • Angling for a younger audience, Cirque bets big with ‘R.U.N’

    Angling for a younger audience, Cirque bets big with ‘R.U.N’

    As with everything in Las Vegas, the stakes are high. Six years have passed since Cirque has introduced a new show on the Vegas Strip, and the time has come to find a fresh vehicle to electrify audiences. Cirque is looking for ways to attract ticket buyers who may have grown weary of acrobats, trapeze artists, contortionists and clowns.

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